Stephen and Tom talk about "The Uninvited," the classic Ray Milland ghost movie and do a handful of inconsequential impressions along the way. Topics: Ray Milland, Ruth Hussey, Lewis Allen, horror, ghost, movie review
Dorothy Lamour is upset that Eddie Bracken is a guest and pretends to cry to get him to leave, meanwhile Eddie does celebrity imitations to cheer her up. Guest Ray Milland and Dorothy perform a play called "Sir Lunchalot Of Lake." Topics: Sealtest Variety Theater, Dorothy Lamour, Ray Milland, Comedy, Variety, Old Time Radio, OTR
Episode "Fashion model" of series "Meet Mr. McNutley". Starring Ray Milland and Phyllis Avery. Includes original commercials for General Electric. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's, CBS, Ray Milland, 1954, General Electric, Sitcom
Critically acclaimed romantic ghost story with a suggestion of lesbianism in regard to one character. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: movie trailers, suspense dramas, old dark house, ghosts, Ray Milland, Gail Russell, Ruth Hussey
Ray Milland stars in this radio adaptation of the 1944 film; The Uninvited. The tale of a brother and sister who move into an old seaside home and discover it to be haunted by a ghost. The previous owners' granddaughter believes the ghost is that of her mother. Topics: The Uninvited, Screen Directors Playhouse, Ray Milland, Drama, Horror, Old Time Radio, OTR
Jack Arnold directs a taut caper in old Hollywood fashion with two ferraris and played by Senta Berger a high strung mistress who is after love and diamonds in the raw. Inbetween the aging consultant christopher does his best to keep up, The end is both surprising and visually breathtaking a Hugo Leeb Presentation Re edited and completely color restoredfrom a red shifted faded Russian pirated DVD copy back by popular demand this film is dedicated to my good friend Jack Arnold and his legacy as... Topics: jack arnold, senta berger, david janssen, elke sommer, ray milland, film noir
The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The first transmission to U.S. troops began at 5:45 p.m. on July 4, 1943 and included less than five hours... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: AFRS, OTR, Burns and Allen, Sound Off, WWII, Globe Theater, Jack Benny, George Olsen, Xavier Cugat,...